Thu 24 Mar 2022

Especially created for NHS professionals trying to grow and advance their knowledge of the prevention, remission and management of Type 2 Diabetes, this online tool is now available to view, for free, on-demand. View this video and benefit from leading speakers delivering insightful presentations and get access to the perspectives of your peers working across T2D.

Type 2 Diabetes National Networking Forum
On-demand 2.5 hours CPD Free

On-demand training, offering valuable key learning outcomes:

If you work with people with type 2 diabetes in primary or secondary care, then this on-demand learning resource is for you. Benefit from gaining a greater understanding of the treatments and technologies available plus delve into the different ways of supporting people to prevent type 2 diabetes, put their type 2 diabetes into remission and enhance their on-going diabetes management by focusing on:

  • Practical guidance on what the NICE guidelines mean for your practice
  • Effective use of drugs the latest developments in drugs and treatments
  • Supporting people in your service to achieve remission
  • Utilising Flash Glucose Monitoring to manage Type 2 diabetes
  • Encourage and educate your patients about lifestyle behaviour change
  • Enhance the management of children and young people with type 2 diabetes

Support and guidance for you in your own time

Packed with engaging examples that will help and inspire you, plus benefit from:

  • Two hours and twenty minutes of presentations and speaker Q&A
  • Featuring an engaging video you can access in your own time
  • Free to all NHS and public sector professionals
  • Immediately accessible on the 'watch now' tab

2.20 hour video | Filmed on Thursday 24th March March | featuring:

Introduction and chair’s opening remarks
Professor Rob Andrews, Associate Professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology, University of Exeter Medical School
Drugs and treatment
Continuing to Improve the holistic management and treatment for Type 2 diabetes: effective use of medications
  • An overview of the different treatments available ensuring risk management for people with diabetes
  • What’s next after Metformin?
  • Exploring the latest evidence, guidance and clinical outcomes for type 2 diabetes medications including SGLT-2s, GLP-1s and DPP4s
Nicola Milne, Queen’s Nurse RGN RM, DiAST Team Lead, Diabetes UK Clinical Champion, Primary Care Diabetes Society Committee Member, Brooklands, Northenden and Wythenshawe PCN and Dr Naresh Kanumilli, Community Diabetes Consultant, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Diabetes UK Clinical Champion, Manchester Clinical Network Lead for Diabetes and Primary Care Research Lead, Greater Manchester Clinical Research Network and Northenden Group Practice
Achieving remission
Supporting people with type 2 diabetes in your service to achieve remission
  • Latest developments, current trials and NHS pilot programmes explored for type 2 diabetes
  • Educating people with type 2 diabetes on how to lose weight: determining suitability of each diet
  • Appropriately signposting newly diagnosed people: apps and programmes to support remission
Dr Anjali Zalin, Consultant Obesity Physician, Barts Health NHS Trust
Interactive discussion feedback: Utilising Flash Glucose Monitoring to manage Type 2 diabetes
  • Share your experience of people with type 2 diabetes using Flash Glucose Monitoring
  • How do you support your patients to obtain funding for technology to help manage their type 2 diabetes?
Diabetes prevention
Best practice for supporting your patients with their lifestyle behaviour change
  • Exploring results from the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme to date
  • Providing psychological support and effective signposting and education early on
  • Working collaboratively across primary and secondary care to improve diabetes prevention
Philippa Brown, Diabetes Prevention Project Officer, Healthier You, Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group and Lisa Marsters, Senior Engagement Officer – Lincolnshire, and Ryan Morrow, NDDP Service Manager, Xyla Health and Wellbeing

FREE for all NHS professionals, click on the video below to view:

Type 2 Diabetes National Networking Forum - recorded on Thursday 24th March 2022

Supporting NHS professionals in your ongoing education

SBK Healthcare has produced many useful webinars and forums to help and support NHS healthcare professionals. These resources can be viewed as videos free and on-demand, and include:  

  • Supporting Weight Management in Isolation
  • Adapting your Diabetes Pregnancy Service during Covid-19 Webinar
  • Developing Useful Skills for Virtual Diabetes Consultations Webinar
  • Support your Adult Patients with the Artificial Pancreas System Webinar
  • Useful Communication Tools to Enhance Diabetes Patient Engagement
  • Virtual Consulting with Blood Glucose Data: Diabetes Service Support during COVID-19
  • Enhancing your Telephone Diabetes Consultations Webinar
  • Fatty Lumps Guidance for Diabetes Professionals Webinar
  • Flash Glucose Monitoring Patient Experience Webinar
  • Guide to Technology for Safe Diabetes Delivery Webinar
  • Improve your Remote Working for Diabetes HCPs Webinar